Having seen a membership rush late last year leading into the Christmas break, Brumbies Rugby management have been happy to see numbers continue to rise indicating another year of strong support from the ACT community.
While the final target of 9000 members was still a work in progress, Chief Executive Andrew Fagan said the figure his side had already reached was pleasing.
Stephen Larkham, Justin Harrison and Marco Caputo will return to the CA Technologies Brumbies as part of the side’s coaching staff for 2011.
Larkham will return to Canberra after completing his third season with Japanese club, the Ricoh Black Rams, to take up the position of the CA Technologies Brumbies Attack Coach while Harrison, who completed his 96-cap Super Rugby career with the CA Technologies Brumbies this year, will stay on as the club’s Forwards Coach. Caputo will take over the reigns from Bill Young as the side’s Scrum Coach.
CA Technologies Brumbies winger Pat McCabe has been named as 2010 Investec Bank Super 14 Rookie of the Series.
McCabe made his Investec Bank Super 14 debut in Week One against the Western Force and had the distinction of being the only CA Technologies Brumbies player to take part in every minute of every match during the 2010 season.
The CA Brumbies’ 2010 season has ended at the hands of the Crusaders in a 40-22 loss at Christchurch’s AMI Stadium tonight.
Needing a win to progress through to the Investec Bank Super 14 finals series, the CA Brumbies trailed 22-10 at the break and were unable to reign in the deficit eventually succumbing five tries to three.
The CA Brumbies must win next weekend’s clash against the Crusaders to secure a place in the Investec Bank Super 14 finals following their bonus point 31-3 win over the Highlanders at Canberra Stadium tonight.
The five competition points elevate the ACT side into the top four with the CA Brumbies looking after their ‘points difference’ by denying their opposition a try for the second consecutive week.
The CA Brumbies have retained the Rod Macqueen Cup following their 32-12 win over the Queensland Reds at Canberra Stadium tonight.
Brandishing yellow socks and rebranded jerseys in honour of their number one ticketholder OzHarvest Canberra, the home side turned in their most complete performance on the season, running in four tries against the fourth-placed Reds.
The CA Brumbies will walk the Investec Bank Super 14 finals tightrope after falling to the Waratahs 19-12 at ANZ Stadium tonight.
With three matches remaining, the ACT side must win each of them with bonus points to qualify for the play-offs.
The CA Brumbies have recorded their first loss in nine matches at Canberra Stadium following a 23-13 defeat at the hands of the Hurricanes at Canberra Stadium tonight.
Missing six frontline players through injury, the CA Brumbies held a tight 5-3 lead at halftime before the visitors hit back in the second term to run out 10-point victors.
The CA Brumbies have celebrated their first bonus point win of the Investec Bank Super 14 season with a runaway 61-15 win over the Cheetahs at Canberra Stadium tonight.
Coming off the bye, the home side showed some early rustiness, unable to capitalise on countless try-scoring opportunities. However, the first half frustration was cast aside in the second term with the ACT running in six touchdowns in the nine-tries-to-two rout.
CA Brumbies flyhalf Matt Toomua has scored a try with two minutes remaining to hand the CA Brumbies a 30-23 win over the Chiefs in their Investec Bank Super 14 encounter at Canberra Stadium tonight.
With the scores locked at 23-all, replacement scrumhalf Patrick Phibbs swooped on a loose ball at the back of a Chiefs ruck 15 metres from their try line to send his pivot over under the posts.